2023 Goals:

Strategic imperatives: 1) grow a symbiotic relationship with the community in order to provide a coordinated response/pre-emptive strike to social problems; 2) even the playing field for all individuals; enhance grassroots impact across the state ­— in homes, schools, prisons, hospitals, courts and neighborhoods — to provide an array of low-barrier, high-quality, life-changing services; 3) recruit/retain staff who are tops in their fields, provide continuing education and advancement, and build a culture of respect; 4) advocate at the legislative level to reshape public policies toward the best interests of children and vulnerable populations; and 5) increase unrestricted funding and improve long-range sustainability.

Fundraising Events:

SleepOut: a cold night outside to raise funds that aid youth experiencing homelessness.
FamJam: an outdoor concert to subsidize our Family Resource Center in Lebanon.
Touch-a-Truck: a family event where children explore big rigs. Supports Seacoast early childhood services.
WZID Christmas is for Kids Radiothon: a year-end campaign culminating in a live broadcast to fulfill holiday wishes of children and help families all year.
Advocacy Conference/Awards (TBD): brings advocates and community leaders together to examine a social problem, explore solutions and honor a local advocate.
Home Care Event (TBD): to support services for seniors.

Giving Opportunities:

Waypoint is fueled by charity and relies on support from individuals, corporations, foundations, United Way, special events, endowment income and grants. If you are interested in supporting Waypoint, contact our development office, 603-518-4205, or visit waypointnh.org.

Volunteer Opportunities:

Waypoint offers many high impact, low investment volunteer opportunities for companies to engage in a community project and support our work with children and families. SleepOut: raise funds and recruit friends to do the same in order to help youth who are experiencing homelessness. Youth Resource Center: host a barbeque or holiday party for youth. Teach a skill-building workshop. Host a clothing, food or personal care item drive. Conduct a drive: craft your own fund or item drive to help seniors in Home Care or babies enrolled in Family Support programs. Advisory Board: serve on a local advisory board to help forward the mission of Waypoint. Serve as an advocate, ambassador, fundraiser and partner with Waypoint to help raise awareness of social issues and develop community resources to address them.

Board of Trustees

Melissa Biron
Senior Manager
Nathan Wechsler & Company

Nina Chang, CPA, MBA
Vice President of Finance & Accounting
SilverTech, Inc.

Bill Conrad
Chief Operating Officer
Prime Source Foods

Helen Crowe, Ph.D.
Child Psychologist

Rob Dapice
Executive Director/CEO
New Hampshire Housing

Director, Human Resources
City of Manchester, NH

Emily Hammond
Human Resources Executive

Sudi Lett
Project Manager
Granite State Organizing Project

Marc Lubelczyk
Senior Vice President
Corporate Banking

Marilyn Mahoney
Founding Member/Partner (retired)
Harvey & Mahoney Law Offices

Holly Mintz, MD, CPE
Vice President, Chief Medical Officer
Elliot Health System

Zachery Palmer, AVP
Business Banking Specialist
Cambridge Trust

Shaylen Roberts, Esq.
Assistant County Attorney
Hillsborough County Attorney’s Office

Mark Rouvalis, Esq.
Director, Litigation Department
McLane Middleton

Jeffrey Seifert
Regional Vice President
TD Bank, N.A.

Ken Sheldon
NH President, SVP/SR
Client Manager
Bank of America

Jennifer Stebbins
Managing Director, Owner/Partner

Borja Alvarez de Toledo

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